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I have been writing gay erotica for some years. I have had many short stories published both in the UK and US. My first published novel was Virgin Sailors but I wrote the Brad trilogy before that, which then became my Brad novel, and the biggest seller so far. These were published by Prowler Press along with Going Down, Riding the Big One, Run Naked Run Free and Skin.
I have a new publisher, Lethe Press, and have three novels with them.
Although my novels are highly erotic they will also make you laugh, cry, keep you in suspense and much more.
My new novel Cowboys Can Fly is now published. It is a YA coming out love story. It is to become a film very soon.
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If you have enjoyed my short stories then why not try one of my novels. I know you will be pleasantly surprised when you join Brad on a voyage of sexual discovery in Brad, or when you find out what Taddy gets up to when he joins a training base for young sailors in Skin. Or travel with Luke on his journey from Scotland to Dorset in Going Down, a journey full of surprise. Join Sandy in his quest to ride the big one - and I don’t mean waves - in Riding the Big One, then join him again on his second ship in Spunky Sailor. Meet up with Brad again and have fun with farmhand Liam and other tasty guys in Run Naked Run Free. Meet up with four young sailors at their reunion in Virgin Sailors and find out what secrets they each hold since they left training. Yes, join a whole bunch of sailors and young guys in a variety of tales. The lads will keep you up all night long.
Thank you for looking at my website, especially if you have read any of my books. Your comments are always welcome. I read them all.
on Feb. 25, 2011 :
Thank you, Ken Smith for this wonderful book. I usually avoid encounters with pathos. Lucky for me, I didn't dodge this one.
The vernacular was new to me, but the context usually provided the needed bridge. Novels in the first person are difficult to pull off so well. I applaud the craft that lies behind the scenes. The stylistic innovations are subtle and effective. Only occasionally was I aware that an adult of considerable experience and skill was pulling the strings. For the most part, the "willing suspension of disbelief" sufficed. This is not a criticism; at times, my eye may be too well trained for its own good.
The intensely positive viewpoint throughout is particularly pleasing and rewarding. The final blessing given by Cy reflects back on the author. I shall make it a goal to read all of his work that I can.
Five stars for this one. I presume it was written for adults. It ought to be on every high school recommended reading list as well.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)